#14 As it Happened by Sakulchai Sikitikul
“As it Happened” is the first monograph of the Thai street photographer Sakulchai Sikitikul, with a foreword by Mel Breyer. 110 photographs narrate the ordinary wonders happening in the author’s hometown with acute graphic consciousness.
#13 Altered States of Agoraphobia by Simon Kossoff
“Altered States of Agoraphobia” is the first book of the British photographer Simon Kossoff, with a foreword by Blake Andrews. 123 psychogeography photographs immerse us in the author’s half-truth and half-fiction all over the USA.
#12 Six Degrees of Separation by Lukas Vasilikos
“Six Degrees of Separation” is the first monograph of the Greek photographer Lukas Vasilikos, with a foreword by Hercules Papaioannou. 130 photographs enter our perceptual habit and reveal the ephemerous theatre of daily life.
#11 In Plain Sight by David Graham
“In Plain Sight” is the twelfth monograph of the internationally recognized American photographer David Graham, with a foreword by W.M. Hunt. 123 photographs narrate short tales from the road, like postcards home from the not-so-typical American road trip.
#9 The Geometry of Life by Richard Koci Hernandez
“The Geometry of Life” is the first photography monograph of the Award-winning visual storyteller Richard Koci Hernandez, with a foreword by Ben Lowy. 147 photographs bring us on a journey filled with nostalgia and mystery.
#7 Mareterno by Lorenzo Catena & Valeria Tofanelli
“Mareterno” is the first book by the Italian Street Photography duo Lorenzo Catena and Valeria Tofanelli, with an introduction by Melissa Breyer. 160 picturesque photographs unfold the secrets at the margins of Rome, far away from the Eternal City as we know it.
#6 Of a Different Stripe by Max Sturgeon
“Of a Different Stripe” is the second book of the American photographer and filmmaker Max Sturgeon, with an introduction by Vineet Vohra. Over 120 images show how two cultures meet halfway and become aware of one another through contrast and juxtaposition.
#5 Dreams the Black Sea by Suzan Pektaş
“Dreams the Black Sea” is the second book of the Turkish documentary photographer Suzan Pektaş, with an introduction by Gulnara Samoilova. 127 images shed a light on intimate narratives taking place every day on the coasts of the Black Sea.